Brett Zamir

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Nom Brett Zamir
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Utilisateur depuis avr. 1, 2007
Nombre de modules développés 17 modules
Moyenne des notes des modules du développeur Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

Modules que j’ai créés


Convert your original CoffeeScript grounds in place to expanded JavaScript code (automatically or via context menu).

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28 utilisateurs


Switch to HTTPS scheme where support is detected

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12 utilisateurs

jump-to-anchor Compatible avec Firefox 57 et versions supérieures

Jump to the nearest anchor above a selection

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52 utilisateurs

Color Source Redémarrage nécessaire

Add syntax highlighting of code in various languages to email messages via context menu.

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1 utilisateur

Open URIs Redémarrage nécessaire

Allow trying a URI or URIs (esp. a special protocol or URN) in links before falling back to href (and allowing alternate URIs)

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Mes critiques

Developer Assistant

Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Yay! Extended for FF3!

This should be included in a build for developers. This is such a vital tool for making Firefox extensions and even handy for other web developers (live HTML preview, JavaScript environment, and regular expressions--the immediate feedback without needing to open a new window, save a test file to a folder, etc., is invaluable in speeding development). The extension builder got me into building extensions in the first place.

Be aware of the toolbar icons (View->Toolbars->Customize) as they are a must.

Small note: with the XUL editor, if you open it in a new window, it seems to have fewer privs (had problems testing a controller).

One request: please allow customization of default text in windows, at least the HTML editor. If not, please at least make the default HTML text include a fully well-formed document and an empty script tag to try out JavaScript so we can play with JavaScript/HTML/CSS interaction without needing to type the script tags in each time...

An XHTML 1.1 editor might be nice too to get immediate well-formedness errors, though one can kind of use the XUL editor for that (though not with real HTML styling).

Small bug (with FF3?): Might not be ext's fault, but reloading chrome (with a lot of windows open at least) caused FF to crash, and I had problems in FF2 with reload chrome causing multiple windows to be opened when reopening Firefox later.

Again, awesome work, thank you!

Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module ( 

Override Mozilla Firefox Guidance

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1) allow user to write own
2) How about a joke re: censors? (not a joke for a lot of us)

/Find Bar/

Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

A long time comin', thanks for bringing it to FF! Feature idea...allow highlighting of all matches at once and copy-to-clipboard from there (as is possible in Word)...

Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (1.0). 


Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

This is a really, really nice extension to have, and one I've wanted to see implemented for a while. While I agree it would be nice for some to have the option to upload their notes to a server for private or public use (even optionally wiki or discussion forum style), but I really like how this extension doesn't require you to store notes anywhere besides your own computer. And the Internote Manager is very slick--nice means to view and export too...

Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (2.1.3). 


Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

This extension does its job as advertised.

If you have a specific need for avoiding an ad page, etc. and there is a GET request means of avoiding it, this should do the job. I've requested though that the author allow keyword style searches (e.g., "goo test") that took advantage of the extension's use of regular expressions (as opposed to Firefox's default keyword bookmarks).

Author was prompt and responsive to suggestions for improvement.

Tested in Windows version

Has one error which shows up in Console 2 during editing of the URL's and another one during redirecting, but these did not seem to affect functionality.

As far as the interface/other features, I'm also not clear what "only if link exists" means in this context (in the edit window), and I don't see documentation of what the "wildcards" are (regexp shouldn't need that, but I don't think there is a universal standard for wildcards).

Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (0.9.2). 


Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

This is quite useful and powerful. Nice with preview, regexp, etc. One request: give an option for the window to appear in the sidebar (along with the DOM inspector itself)

Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (1.3). 


Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

This is so beautiful... in function foremost and surprisingly also in appearance. Very, very nice...

A suggestion--get this sticky note feature to work when visiting specific websites or somehow like when hovering over file names on the local file system in Firefox...

Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (2.0.1). 


Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

Hi, this extension works fine to do the job it says. I might just recommend adding an "undo" (though one can just refresh the page too) and maybe add the trigger to the context menu, since one would presumably wish to access this handily.

Link Widgets

Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

This is really great to see the W3C features implemented (as I think it should be within Firefox) and in a logical and apparently comprehensive way. For anyone who gets this extension, I also recommend to allow you to pick alternate stylesheets from a page--also a feature (I put them all in one toolbar as the other extension also has a "css" toolbar drop-drown).

Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (1.5). 


Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Hi, this is a simple, useful extension to have handy, but I should add that it will not only convert ASCII--otherwise, this wouldn't be so handy. It converts any Unicode characters into their ampersanded/semi-coloned character references (which will be valid in XML and by extension XHTML as well as HTML). It'd be very nice to see this be able to work the other way around too.

Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (0.3.5). 

XHTML Ruby Support

Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

I'm surprised this hasn't been rated. This is really wonderful. I hope it makes it into the Firefox trunk as Ruby is part of XHTML!

One thing that kept me away from ruby before was thinking that it was only for east Asian languages. But as the official W3C specs indicate, it can be used for annotating any foreign language script, or actually for annotating any text--like a multi-track but for text! (and it is not only more semantic than using a plain "table" element but unlike a table element, ruby text can wrap around--e.g., when the window is resized).

Now East Asian language fans will just need to wait for CSS3 with vertical text support (via stylesheets) to really round out the options.

Tip: check out test out the extension (though this sample doesn't wrap the text).

Cette critique concerne une version précédente du module (1.4.2006100801).